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  1. With streaming services so accessible, like many of you, I suspect, my CDs are long ago boxed up. LPs too. But we all know nothing matches the warm, rich, full sound experience that is vinyl. I thought those days were long gone. (I haven’t seen my Klipsh speakers in so long, I’m not sure I spelled it correctly) Then my wife bought me this kitschy retro Croswell turntable. (No, it’s not my old system. But it serves a purpose.) So I’ve decided to replace my old Zeppelin collection, in its entirety. (I may skip TSRTS.) I purchased my current collection in the 80s and most of those I bought used. They were in pretty bad shape even then. But I was just a kid and the songs, pops, crackles, hums, skips and all, took me places I cannot begin to describe. My question is this. What vinyl format creates the best overall listening experience? I know Page has done reissues of all titles, twice I think. (90s and ‘15?) And I know the 2015 reissues came in deluxe editions. I read some reviews of the 2015 RI of PG that were not good. But most on this forum were favorable. So, if you had the ability to start over (oh so exciting) what format? Original releases, used but NM or VG? The 2015 RIs, new? Something else? I’m less interested in the extra material and bells and whistles that come with the deluxe editions. My main interest is sound quality. I would also appreciate any advice on avoiding scammers. I’ve seen “original pressings” still in shrink wrap (seriously) for prices too good to be true. What else should I watch out for? So, thanks for helping me kick off this journey. Maybe some of you will find it fun/interesting/nostalgic to come along. I hope so.
  2. ok, so here's a question for you guys. i am looking for an amp that has a gain channel good enough to sound like jimmy page. obviously, we all know that it's all in the fingers ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), but what amp would be nearest to what jimmy uses (not on I but on, II, III, IV, etc)? the amp has to be at least 30 watts ( if you find it necessary to recommend something with a lower wattage, feel free to do so), it has to have built-in reverb, and have a decent clean channel as well as being capable of handling non-metal high gain (e.g.: oasis, foo fighters, van halen). it doesn't have to be new, it can be used, as well as refurbished. preferably tube. so, yeah... suggestions?
  3. Hi fellow Zepheads. Another from my old personal video collection of Robert Plant and the Priory of Brion playing at Fairport Conventions Cropredy Festival back in 2000. Excuse the wobbly video but I think the band enjoy themselves on this one and I quite like what Kevyn Gammond plays on this ...and the way he leaps about! Anyway hope you enjoy it! http://youtu.be/0UMxlX7Yjg0
  4. Hi there fellow Zep fans. I was going through my old Hi8 video tapes and found this from 11th August 2000. Robert Plant (with the Priory of Brion) playing Hey Joe at Fairport Convention's Cropredy Festival, nr Banbury, UK. Just the one video angle from the crowd and a bit wobbly in places on the zoom ins and hasn't picked up the audio bass end brilliantly but it captures the live performance quite well I think and it was done with probably the best quality non pro camcorder of that time, Hi8, so visually not too bad - it's hopefully something Zep & Plant fans will enjoy so I'm dusting off the cobwebs and putting it out there to share. I think Robert was in good form that night but although the band was OK, and did interesting quirky arrangements, it doesn't have quite the guitar dynamics I come to expect and relish with Planty but I still enjoyed listening to it. http://youtu.be/71y2JverhEc
  5. Hi guy, new to this. What I love about Zep (apart from everything) is that they are STILL 'the' leading influence on rock music, and I think they always will be. We see it in so many established bands but it's great when you still discover it now days in new unsigned bands. I found this band local to me in Cornwall UK that I heard Zep all over the riff - singers are good but aren't like Planty, don't focus on that but it had echoes of what had to be Kashmir, that driving riff/big strings thing going on. I'll start it off by posting this band 'Littermouth' https://soundcloud.com/littermouth/bullets-in-bed-littermouth it made me curious as to what other little unsigned Zep influenced gems are out there (outside of plain old heavy blues stuff) but I couldn't find much on this blog, just established band, hence this topic. Educate us zep heads, I'm sure we'd love to seek out new Zep influences, I would anyway!
  6. I have an inkling that the extended solo played by Jimmy Page in Stairway To Heaven from The Song Remains The Same film, might be a combination of the three solos that Jimmy first composed for the Stairway To Heaven in the studio. Is this possible?
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